Primary Principles to Provide Accessible and Inclusive Courses

  • Thursday, May 3, 2018
  • part 1
  • part 2


  • Roch Ducharme, Pedagogical Counsellor – Assistive technology , AccessAbility Centre, Inclusion Solution Assistive Technology Lab, Dawson College


  • Sophie Poudrier, Project manager, APOP


Are your courses accessible and inclusive? Accessibility and inclusion should not be a course design afterthought, but it should not also be an unsurmountable challenge. Explore simple principles and technopedagogical tools to improve your courses in this way. These good practices will help with one of the most common barriers of many at-risk students and most of them in a disabling situation, which is accessing reading course materials.




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